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ABA, SSS announce member discount program

Posted on October 25, 2010

The American Bus Association (ABA) announced it teamed with Strategic Safety Solutions LLC (SSS) to offer new “Members Only Discounts” to ABA bus operators that will save them money and provide easy-to-use products and services to help them comply with CSA 2010 regulations.

SSS offers secure data systems, compliance reporting and tracking tools, video and online training, a CSA 2010 tracking & analysis kit, educational tips, drug and alcohol testing services and other easy-to-use time-savers that cut overhead costs.

“SSS understands ABA member needs, and recognizes our commitment to provide our operators products and services as unique and individualized as they are,” said ABA President/CEO Peter Pantuso. “SSS adapts and customizes its service packages to meet specific operator needs on a case-by-case basis. We’re excited to be working with a company that shares the ABA attitude of how important specialization is as a guiding priority in serving individual customers the same way we serve each member based on their individual needs.”

SSS specialist Les Sokolowski is available directly to ABA members via phone (201.258.7337) or email ([email protected]). Members must mention ABA membership to save money on a customized plan when speaking with him.

For more information on ABA Members Only Discounts through partnerships with industry suppliers, visit ABA’s new online section, here.

 

 

 

 

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